NuWay Medical, Inc. announced today that its subsidiary, NuWay Sports, has signed a contract with the Houston Rockets of the National Basketball Association (NBA) to provide NuWay's Player Record Library System (PRLS) for the Rockets to manage their player's medical records.
Kenyon Rasheed, NuWay Sports' Manager, noted, "We are pleased that the Rockets will be the first NBA team to utilize the PRLS for their medical records. Although revenue will be limited because this is an introductory offer, this is an important step in validating our technology."
NuWay Sports to Showcase Technology in Working Demo at NFL Combine; Retired NFL Players Form Team to Service NFL Teams.
PR Newswire; 2/13/2003
NuWay Medical, Inc. , announced that NuWay Sports, LLC, a joint venture between NuWay Medical and Rasheed and Associates, has been invited to showcase their technology in a working demo at the NFL Combine where the NFL teams evaluate the top 330 plus potential draft picks.
NuWay Sports was formed to customize a medical record library system for the entire sports market. It is a joint venture between NuWay Medical and Rasheed and Associates, a firm managed by former NFL players. NuWay's Player Record Library System provides a platform that will automate teams and trainers ...
NuWay Sports' Medical Records Technology Chosen by 18 NFL Teams at Combine.
PR Newswire; 2/26/2003
NuWay Medical, Inc. , announced that 18 NFL teams have contracted to use a component of NuWay's Player Record Library System for the medical records from the recent NFL Combine, where the NFL teams evaluate the top 330 plus potential draft picks.
The System will help teams to better evaluate a potential draft pick's health status before the April draft. Trainers, team doctors, and front office personnel will be able to access all health related data in one place, making their evaluation more efficient and complying with HIPAA, a federal law set to take effect in April.
Interactive Systems Worldwide Inc. Announces Fiscal 2003 Financial Results
We have recently begun marketing a non-wagering (contest) version of its
SportXction(TM) System in the United States, and elsewhere, to professional
sports leagues and teams, fantasy leagues, providers of in-bar games, and
television content right's holders and providers.We plan to release the
contest version of the system in time for the NCAA basketball championship
(March Madness).To help implement this new marketing initiative, we have
engaged the marketing and business development firm of Pro Club World Sports LLC.
headed by Kenyon Rasheed.Mr. Rasheed previously was the fullback for both
the New York Giants and Jets for many years.Pro Club World Sports LLC. is staffed
by retired professional athletes from the NFL, MLB and the NBA.Mr. Rasheed
had been engaged by us in a similar role and was instrumental in signing our $250 million
contract withKirch Media.In addition, the Company continues to aggressively pursue
licensing opportunities for our SportXction(TM) System in the United Kingdom
and elsewhere and we anticipate announcing additional agreements early in 2004
for its use there and internationally.